Oye Jingle Balle Balle to Jingle Belwa! The Punjabi and Bhojpuri Version of Jingles Bells Give the Popular Christmas Rhyme Perfect Desi Touch: Watch Videos
Punjabi jingle bells (Photo Credits: @anandmahindra Twitter)

December 25th would have passed, but people are still in Christmasy mood. People across the world celebrated the festival with much merriment and joy on Tuesday. Plum cakes, wine, parties, chocolates, gifts, Christmas trees and much more added to the festivities. And for desis, it seems it is a Punjabi version of Santa Claus' song 'Dashing through the snow' is keeping up the festive spirit. Christmas 2018 Poems & Quotes: Watch Videos With Lyrics of Famous ‘Merry Xmas’ English Poems for Greeting Cards.

While the celebrations have gripped people across the world, north Indians are getting high on Oye Jingle Balle Balle!, the Punjabi version with dhols. Chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra took to Twitter with video of the latest desi version of Christmas rhyme. Tweet the video he writes, "Now I don’t think I’ll ever be able to hear jingle bells without hearing the sound of dhols in my head...Oye Jingle Balle Balle! A very Merry Christmas to all." Christmas 2018 Carols: Classic Xmas Carols With Lyrics That Will Bring Joy to Your World This Holiday Season (Watch Videos)

Watch the video below:

If that amused you, then grid yourself, there are plenty in stock.

Check out 'Jingle bells' in Bhojpuri:

An original video of minions singing 'Merry Christmas' which was released in 2017 had gone viral. And since then various versions of the song has been made.

Watch Minions sing Jingle Bells in Bhojpuri:

Here is the original video of Minions singing Christmas song:

You may not want to miss Santa Claus doing Bhangra while singing Balle Balle Merry Christmas!

We bet Jingle Bell-wa Jingle Bell-wa, Jingle Bell-wa baajela… is going to be stuck in your head for a long time! Which of these is your favourite? Do let us know in the comments section below. And we wish everyone still in the festive mood making 'happy merrymaking'!